Time and again, science proves global warming is a farce. And unfortunately, hurricanes have been part of natures’ cycle forever. In fact, one of the deadliest hurricanes on record was the Galveston Hurricane of 1900. It hit the shore with winds of 146 mph, making it a category 4 storm at time of landfall. It killed approximately 8,000 people.
To put that into perspective, Hurricane Katrina claimed the lives of 1,800 people. That doesn’t sound like things are getting worse. However, celebrities like to ride Al Gore’s band wagon and cry about the inconvenient crap they’ve concocted.
Recently, Beyonce and Stevie Wonder had the audacity to use Hurricanes Harvey and Irma as weapons in the game of liberal brain washing.
According to the Daily Wire:
Tuesday’s celebrity-packed Harvey and Irma relief telethon turned real political real quick — within seconds, in fact. The “Hand In Hand” telethon immediately devolved into a ham-fisted browbeating on the apocalyptic threat of global warming and is likely the first of its kind to be scripted by its producers to do exactly that. Laying down the political vibe of the event was Stevie Wonder, followed by Beyonce and eventually George Clooney, Leo DiCaprio and a long list of other celebs doing their part not so much to raise funds for victims but to raise awareness for their progressive agenda.
Wonder wasted no time in establishing the climate change alarmist tone of the evening by declaring within seconds of appearing on camera that anybody who didn’t hold the orthodox views on man-made global warming was either blind or stupid.
“Anyone who believes that there’s no such thing as global warming must be blind or unintelligent,” said Wonder, adding, “Lord save us all.”
I hate to point out the obvious here, but I’m afraid Mr. Wonder is the blind man in this situation.
Sadly, the organizers of the hurricane telethon weren’t interested in raising money for victims. Just one look at the roster of celebrities and it’s obvious. This was a political rally from the get-go. First they have Al Gore’s poster boy, Leonardo DiCaprio. Add George Clooney to that and it’s pretty clear that the message was meant to be Global Warming. However, the timing of such a rally is ridiculously distasteful. When celebrities use tragedy to spread a message, the message should be one of optimism and hope.
Here is a report from Fox News on the political slant of the hurricane telethon.
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